Needlework Designer/Teacher

Gay Ann Rogers

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Website updated  

March 1, 2021

Above is the map of how far Queendom Website has traveled,  

nice for MacSoph and me, but doubly nice because it shows that needlework is indeed alive and well right round the world.

In my next life...

Here is who I want to be.

Isn't he beautiful?

My only problem with turning into him:

I dont want to be a man.

My World of Needlework

Happy Month of March!

Do I detect that our world might be changing slightly for the better?

Stay safe a while longer and who knows, maybe it will be so. Dare we hope?

Audrey, Carolyn Elworthy and Leslie Durst in 2005 at EGA's one woman show of Audrey's work.

Welcome to March!

I am all twisted around: here it is, about to turn into my favorite time of year which is spring, so what am I doing? Obsessing about Witches and it is the wrong time of year for Witches. All due to Salem Witch

thimbles, as in the one below.

This Morning in News&Views:

More Salem Witch News

A Fun Distraction for the next  couple of days: speaking of Americana, Carolyn is auctioning off Webster's Salem Witch thimble, commissioned by jeweler Daniel Lowe for the 200th anniversary of the Salem Witch trials.

Long a favorite among thimble collectors, the Salem Witch thimble found a new home for $431.00.

To visit Carolyn's eBay listing: click on the photo of the thimble on the left.

Not a wonderful photo but here is Daniel Lowe's Witch and cat from the Ketcham & McDougall Salem Witch thimble.